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June 13, 1896


JAMA. 1896;XXVI(24):1189-1190. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430760041012

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Michigan State Medical Society.  —The thirty-first annual meeting was held at Mt. Clemens, June 4 and 5. It disposed of eighty-four papers, though its sections held two business sessions and "broke bread together" at a banquet. This simple statement makes it evident that no time or energy was left for useless or demoralizing contests. The Society began its work at eight o'clock, and pursued it continuously during the entire period of two days and one night, except from three till eight of the second morning which was yielded to sleep, and the time consumed in regular meals. In brief the program was as follows: General session from eight till lunch; section work from lunch till dinner; session for annual addresses from dinner till nine; exhibition of X rays in their medical aspects from nine till ten; banquet from ten till three; sleep from three till breakfast; section work from breakfast till

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